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Livability

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I believe all Portlanders should be able to live, work and conduct our daily lives in a community that is safe and clean. -Mayor Ted Wheeler

During the Fall Budget Monitoring Process, Mayor Wheeler identified funds to invest in a cleaner and more compassionate Portland. The City also partnered with Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury and Commissioner Dan Ryan to invest in houselessness and livability. These investments include:

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Please note these represent highlights from ongoing working proposals within the Fall BMP. These are working drafts that the Council is still discussing and deliberating.


The Mayor has long prioritized enhancing Clean and Safe efforts to eliminate trash, biohazards and drug needles, expanding our neighborhood graffiti abatement program, and starting a new program to get hazardous and abandoned RVs off our roads.

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Our partners include SOLVEAdopt One Block, Downtown Portland’s Clean & Safe, Trash for Peace and we work closely with Port of Portland, ODOT, Oregon Department of State Lands, and Multnomah County